i had an entire bottle of wine for dinner

flatsound:

i sure do laugh a lot for someone who’s dead on the inside.

hannibalspenis:

i think about this gif a lot

hannibalspenis:

i think about this gif a lot

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clisappointing:

☼ DUMB THINGS ☼

uh what ?? thanks ??

clisappointing:

☼ DUMB THINGS ☼

uh what ?? thanks ??

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zwampert:

[ x ]

Sometimes I wonder whether or not Team Rocket was even real in this movie.

simulated:

Comme des Garcons Spring 2005 X Prada Spring 2008

malformalady:

Clover seed growing in a keyboard
Photo credit: Brian Cerveny

malformalady:

Clover seed growing in a keyboard

Photo credit: Brian Cerveny

plays

accioron:

i  c r y

Amazonian Tribe Makes First Contact With Outside World In Utterly Fascinating Video

taliabobalia:

my ascent into adulthood

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scarlettestarlette:

Mylène Farmer — Fuck Them All

The song deals with a feminist theme of the war of the sexes. It is a “feminist plea about women’s place in history” with the title referring to the “cowardice of men”.[8] In the song, Farmer “reverses the roles”,[12] and “presents women as warriors”. In the first couplet, she evokes “the role of women in History”, recalling that “all the great men had on their side a woman to support, assist and advise them”.[13] However, the singer said that “all this was done to the detriment of women” and cites as example, Mary, Jesus Christ’s mother, a symbol of martyrdom and self-sacrifice. She denounces “the hypocrisy and the chatter of men who think only about power and sex”. In the refrain, she advises women to rebel by taking up arms.[14]

Wikipedia

spacecadet:

Stuff you could get away with saying on a kid’s show in the 90s, part II

spacecadet:

Stuff you could get away with saying on a kid’s show in the 90s, part II

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